Let's play a game
Ok, people, let's play a game. I'm often curious about what people have for dinner. It seems so impossible to plan for. I'm 27 years old and still can't plan more than a few hours ahead about what we're going to eat. I am always grasping at straws trying to come up with stuff. My parents have received many a last minute, "if you had 20 mintues to make dinner, what would you make?" call and even more (only slightly) less last minute "what are you guys having for dinner?" calls. So I'm going to just list the dinner menu from the Wong house this last week and I'm hoping you'll do the same in the comments. If you served cereal, no shame, people! Don't let that stop you from commenting. I've still got freezer meals people kindly prepared for me (having a baby and what not.) Oh, and Kevin cooks too. That helps. I'm really hoping to get some "as easy as cereal" suggestions from this so when my meatloaf supply runs out there will be other options. All right, this week we had:
Wednesday: Meat loaf, baked zuccini, and baked sweet potato fries
Thursday: (crock pot) Pork Roast with potatoes, carrots, onions, and apples with a side of biscuits
Friday: Whole-wheat waffles with strawberry syrup, nutella, peanut butter, and bacon (P.S. Sesika, we desperately need your recipe. These waffles were limp and floppy.)
Saturday: Pork Chops with fried apples, rice, and green beans
There's usually more rice in a typical Wong week, but I've been playing with freshly ground whole wheat flour lately. Thus all of the made from flour stuff. In writing this I discovered it's pretty hard to remember a whole week of meals. Feel free to leave blanks in your week, or if you're one of those fabulously organized, plan-ahead people you can give us your plans for this coming week.